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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:24.
Edward Muss, 8, 1523 W. 51st St.,
dead. Hurt by auto of Dr. W. A.
Swartz, 4466 Wentworth av.
Betty Jackson, 432 E. 42d, arrest
ed. Charged with.. taking things
when she left job as maid-in home of
A. L. McRae, 4362 Lake Park av.
Inquest over body of Wm. L Venus,
Oak Park druggist shot by robber,
developed no new clues to slayer.
Henry Dickert, Edward Genin and
Ernest Poggensee arrested in anti
crime campaign of detective bureau
Herbert Heins, 1420 E. 61st st.
freed on confidence game charge.
Was accused of wiretapping swindle.
Frank Motto, barber, 6722 W. 12th,
got "Black Hand" letters. Ernest
Kozak, arrested in case.
Funeral of Herman Guth, Steger,
HI., stopped. Coroner Hoffman thinks
gunshot wounds may mean murder.
George Clark, 5312 Magnolia av.,
found beaten and robbed in Dayton,
0., brought home. Serious condi
tion. Harry Richardson and John Miller
arrested at 4614 Sheridan road. Com
plaint says they gave bum check in
payment for auto.
Safeblowers in office of Henry Bur
hop, 23 W. Austin av., blew off out
side door of safe, but couldn't drill in
Police investigating Athenia cafe,
1521 N. Clark. Woman complained
of being assaulted by bartender.
William F. Gordon, 2514 Washing
ton blvd., found dead in bed. Heart
Joseph Cepek, 2006 Throop, freed
of manslaughter charge. Auto kill
ed Carrie Ely, 5459 Greenwood av.,
at State and Adams.
John H. Montgomery, druggist,
2604 S. State, in court charged with
selling morphine without prescrip
tion. James Grogan, 3727 S. Union av.,
had skull fractured when pig min
ing between legs knocked him down.
Clifton Thompson, 4010 Federal,
arrested when policeman searching
him found glass revolver.
Peter Andracki arrested in "bum
boat" in river at foot of Water st
Wanted in connection with murder of
Mrs. Petronela Januszewski, 4555 S.
Louis Ehle, attorney, denied new
trial and ordered to jail for embez
zlement of $626 in bond deal.
Att's Gen. Lucey dropped charges
against Dr. H. J. Haiselden, who let
Bollinger baby die without medical
Friendly suit started by relatives
of Benjamin Cable, late head of the
United Charities, to settle estate.
Michael Vennero, 560 Gilpin pi., ar
rested here, confessed killing man in
Rochester, N. Y. Shot to save friend,
Harry Johnson, 3104 Broadway,
and Frank Burns, 3100 Groveland av.,
held to grand jury. Seen copping
pocketbooks on "h" platform.
Leonard Buck, bookkeeper, em
ploye of murdered Franklin R. Voor
hees, sent to Bridewell for year.
Raised checks. Got $1,000.
George Johnson, negro, arrested
for stealing horse, in court Both
policemen, witnesses, killed. Case
Estate of Luther Pierce, who died
Oct 20, filed for probation. Amounts
Robbers got $1,000 from safe of H.
Channon & Co., 150 N. Market st
Climbed fire escape.
A. B. Farwell, head of Chicago Law
and Order league, protested against
tilting of New Year's lid.
Will of wealthy Franklin Newhall
hits children who tried to get con
trol of estate before his death.
Julian Kwasigroch, 3035 Milwau
kee av., ass't state's att'y, stricken
with heart disease in North Side cafe.
John Fernette, 64 W. Schiller, hurt
when auto, caught between two
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